Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
14 Jun 1889

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14 Jun 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - June 14, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance san until Republican. Vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday june 14, 1889. No. 20. In Southern ties Oxford ties Crescent Congress and primer Albert in All the new textures for Fine foot Wear. The most Complete and Best selected Stock Ever shown in this City at Chas. L. Mcbride a. Successor Bittnerr a. No20 Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306 a for sate 60 Aero farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county Acron under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,boo. 308�?for Sale is acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price ,700. 328 for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Conter s acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price .ioo. 339 for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot in Defiance desirably located. Price f750, 348 for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take woo. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal inspection i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition North Defiance. Price Loo. This is a rare Chance secure a Good lot build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. To acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x00 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of 10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A 0. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clinton. A Good paying investment. Price Only ,15,000. Is Carriage at Tho office at Oil hours show property free of expense. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3.ooo. 387�?for Sale. Lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section i Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396 for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn. A two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Gall at once. 399-Forsale, 40 acres in Section 25, Dela Ware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406 for Sale House and lot for $550, on easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?f�r Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township v acres cleared Fine Fernine House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1600. 417�?for Sale lot is in Holgate a addition North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Or. No j. Andrews m. T. T. A. Late of Wmk mercy medical dispensary Baltimore my. He particularly invites All whose cases have been neglected badly treated or pronounced incurable. Patients who Are doing Well under the Are of their own physician need not Call on him As his province is treat those who cannot find Relief otherwise. When sick people consult him he readily tells them whether he can cure or help them or if they Are beyond Hope. The examinations Are in accordance with anatomical and physical science As he will convince the most sceptical. By an examination he will convince anyone of the nature and extent of disease amount of danger life and Chance of a perfect cure. Believing that science is truth and a truth is mighty Aud will prevail when known and knowing that disease can be cured with positive certainty a invites the afflicted Call and receive advice free and he cured of their disease. Cure of piles guaranteed. New treatment. No Experiment. Will give 11,000 for any Case of failure. Young men who through ignorance or their careless exuberance of Youthful spirits have been unfortunate and find themselves in danger of losing their health and pm battering their after lives May Call with full Confidence. After years of of experience has discovered the most infallible method of curing weakness in the Back and limbs involuntary discharges impotency general debility nervousness languor confusion f ideas palpitation of the heart loss of memory trembling and timidity diseases of the nose Throat and lungs affections of the liver stomach and bowels those terrible disorders arising from the solitary habits of youth and secret practice blighting the most gradient Hopes fend rendering Arriage . Epilepsy or fits positively cured by a Pew Gad never failing method,1 there is no subject that requires so much study and experience As the treatment god cure of chronic Ali senses. The astonishing Success god remarkable cures performed by him is Ane a thorough knowledge of tio Srp Conre and functions of the human system and the cure of diseases by natural remedies let those Given up by others Vail for examination he has successfully treated the following diseases Eye and ear diseases chronic diarrhoea chronic Infra nation of the womb incontinence of urine tape Worms discharging abscesses sterility or barrenness. Nervousness and general debility disease of Tho kidneys and ladder Lenco Rhea or Whites blotches pimples skin diseases dyspepsia constipation dropsy cancer epileptic fits Erysipelas gravel goitre Gleet gonorrhoea Hydro Cele heart disease headache piles hysteria syphilis St. Vitus dance chronic dysentery enlarged tonsils fistula Iii Arm hernia or rupture bronchitis asthma Catarrh scr Fula chronic cough female weakness rheumatism Etc. Private Poison syphilis gonorrhoea a Leet stricture Hydro Cele varicocele loss of sexual Power and All diseases of the Genito urinary organs speedily and permanently cured. No risks incurred. Consultation free and strictly confidential. Medicine sent free from observation All parts of the United states. Middle aged men who find their vigor and vitality weakened by the traces of old complaints and their bodies racked with pain at a time when they should spend their declining years in peace and Comfort should consult or. Andrews at once and find the sympathy and Relief you positively require. His cures Are thorough and permanent. Remarkable cures perfected in old cases which have been neglected or in skilfully treated. No experiments or failure. Parties treated by mail and express but where possible personal Consulta Tion preferred. Curable cases guaranteed. Western address do. N. J. And bows Toledo Ohio. References a. L. Omo m. D., Baltimore md., s. L Nourse m. Baltimore md., j. G. Friede m. New York City ii. A Haney m. Do a Toledo Ohio any one can Dye a dress or a coat any color ribbons feathers for yarns rags Etc. Ten cents and in Many other ways save Money and make things look like new by using Diamond dyes. The work is easy simple Quick the colors the Best and fastest known. Ask for Diamond dyes and take no other. For gilding or bronzing fancy articles use Diamond paints. Gold Silver Bronze Copper. Only cents. Baby portraits. A portfolio of Beautiful baby pictures from life printed on Fine plate paper by Patent photo process sent free Mother of any baby bom within a year. Every Mother wants these pictures Send at once. Give baby s name and age. Wells Richardson a co. Burlington it. Cleanse the system with that most reliable Medicine Paine a celery compound. It purifies the blood cures constipation and regulates the liver and kidneys effectually cleansing the system of an waste and dead matters. Paine a celery compound combines True nerve tonic and strength Hong qualities reviving the energies and spirits. A a i have been troubled for some years with a complication of difficulties. After trying various remedies and not finding Relief i tried Paine a celery compound. Before taking one full bottle the Long troublesome symptoms be subside and i can truly say now that i like a new Man. Digestion has improved and i have gained ten pounds in weight since i have commenced taking the compound.1�?T Hon stub Stearns Felch tue it. $1.00. Biz for $5.00. At druggists. Wills Richardson a Ca Burlington it ledgers. By miss Anna Meek. Every energetic youth starts out in life with a desire succeed in some legitimate business. In order know How his affairs stand he must make some record of his time and expense. Therefore of he become i dealer in merchandise he must keep Unne curate set of books the most important or Ehfe Book being Tho lodger. It contains an abstract of nil the entries in the other books arranged in a methodic form of his books Are Well posted at nil times me Mer chant is enabled it stated periods make out a balance Sheet or condensed statement of his affairs. He who undertakes carry on his Busine without keeping a set of books must be treading on vague and Sibly erroneous conclusions Width May re suit in insolvency or bankruptcy. Of after a fair trial a Young Man finds from his Ledger that his business is not flourishing he should Stop nod Endeavor learn if possible Why he is not successful of he searches diligently and earnestly he is sure discover the cause. Many Young men full in 7ife because they do not know the value of time. Hours Are wasted in Early youth that should be spent in accumulating knowledge for use in the future. As a result of such a course the memory Falls receive any training la Iblis of idleness ure formed that can Seal eely be cured in a life time. He May tie Gina his business career with Many Good resolves Bat after a time he becomes weary. He looks Down through the Long Road he must travel. He sees How Many rough places must climb if he dares Hope for Success and sick at heart he turns Awny and says a i can never do without the Possession of Coria n trait qualities and habits failure is sure come. A Young Man must have that decision of character that will enable him at nil times make up h s mind instantly Intelli gently Aud firmly. If a Young Man stops and hesitates when he ought net quickly he is not a Man of decision. If he decides blindly or rashly it is equally fatal. If he docthes and then repents and Tatien again decides he is unstable and cannot be relied upon. A Young Man must also be punctual in m inting his engagements for steal anther s time by delay is almost As bad As stealing Bis property. To Rob him of time is take from him that which can be converted into immediate capital. Many a Young Man neglects his business for the theater race courses expensive parties and numerous and numberless projects of pleasure. All these require not Only the expenditure of Money but valuable time. No Man however Wise shrewd or intelligent he May he can be successful unless he contrives live within hib Means. Many Are battled by the extravagance of their families but too often intemperance is the merciless destroyer. Unless a Young Man learns How care for Money after it is earned he is Little better off than a slave extravagance in ideas in dress and habits of life is one of the most destructive vices of our latter Day civilization. Nearly All classes seem be inflected wit this mania and not Only this but children must be brought up gun rely and thus All native Energy and Resolution of character Are crippled at the very outset of life. A taste for dress style luxuries and amusements can never form any foundation for a Manly or gentlemanly Ca a actor. To excessive vanity High life whether with or without fraud is Paradise and other life Purgatory. A disproportion Between Means Ami expenses must soon bring on a crisis and too often the last resort is dishonesty. It is at this Point that Public sent intent half sustains dishonesty by scourging the thief of necessity and pitying the thief it fashion. A corrupt nubile sentiment in which Dis honesty is not disgraceful in which bad men Are respected trusted and sometimes even exalted is a curse the Young Man and an enemy of peace Linn aug in debt is indeed a prolific source of misery. It soils the conscience it tarnishes the Honor it makes Man a deliberate student of knavery and practitioner of systematic fraud. Money rightfully and honorable obtained can be a Power a Comfort and a Means of doing much Good. It is a disgrace for a Young Man endowed with health and an Intelli gent mind be found depend no upon others for support the labor put Forth obtain Money is of itself an Educ Ilion. It requires intelligence Energy Vigi Unco and Zeal. A the soul is trained by the Ledger As much As by the calculus and c Ltd get exer Cise in the account of sales As much As in the account of but if Success must be purchased at the sacrifice of Honor virtue or reputation it were better die without it god has placed Man in this world for a Wise purpose and one Day will require an account of his stewardship. He has pointed out him the path that leads wordly Success As Well As the safer one which leads eternal Joy. Which path have you chosen v will you Lay up your treasures upon Earth or will you not rather Lay up treasures in heaven. If your life has been fraught with Good deeds if you have persevered amid hardships and Ever baffling discourage ments if you have been industrious und above All of you have been honest it will be an easy matter the last great Day balance your Ledger. To. We captured n number of his i Oya i have a relic with me which was captured from them and which i keep remember them by. Next we went Over the mountains across the was Tennessee where we made a stand. We were surrounded by Longs reef and almost starved. Our rations towards the last were Black Coffee and parched Cora then is when we had a Good time Over Tho left. We were Well fortified and had wrapped the so called Burnside wire around the Pine stumps tile test was made by Longstreet s men. They wore completely whipped. We said that the old Flag should wave and in did amid the cannons booming and the roaring of Bettie Over Tho Homes of tile Brave and the Laud of the free. Many Brave men fell in Tho embrace of death for our Homes and our country. They rest under the Sands of the sunny South while we have the privilege of worshipping god in a free and Happy land. We must cruise the men who wielded the swords and handled the guns that saved our nation and country dear. The hug shall wave the veterans cry who stood so proudly under their colors at Loudan. Knoxville Buzzard Roost Resaca Burnt Hickory Atlanta and from Atlanta the sea a Netter braver set of men never marched on the lace of the Globe. Harder Battles were never fought than we the men who wore the Blue and faced the foe fought when we conquered treason and suppressed rebellion and set at Liberty the nation and yet the old Ting proudly Waves. We sadly remember the tears from fathers face and in others dear and bisters so kind whim we left Home Bat for Tim right. In or. In coins a second and let inaugural address said a both read the Bible Pray the same god and each invokes his Aid against the the prayers of both could not be answered. Tost of neither has Linen answered with malice toward none with Lobar Ity for All with firmness in the right and As god gives us see the right let us strive school teachers will find the largest m tpnrpttpot1 xxi i Iri Tilix Pijl Lodi the cheapest Reward. Cards at Colby amp Scott a. Personal journalism. New York Sun Tho Arkansas press association has passed a Resolution this effect a a we recommend that this Assoria Tion refuse Exchange with any editor who indulges in personal journalism. What do our Arkansas friends mean by personal journalism they surely can not mean taboo ostracism _ Sibly can and Cher Rush a just and lasting peace Naniong ourselves and with All nations. We have not had a president since Lincoln who deserves the Praise he does. God has blessed us with peace and Prosperity. In the second chapter of Solomon Lith and 12th verses you will find these words for the Winter is past the rain is Over and gone. The Dower appear on the Earth the time of the singing of Birds is come and the voice of the Turtle is heard in on land. While these Beautiful gems of nature unfold us the Prosperity of a Happy nation let us once More go Forth gainer the Evergreen and the Rose the Lily of the Forest the Pseny and snowball so White bind in Wreath decorate the Graves of our com Redes. While we ask god bless us As a nation and cause on Prosperity and happiness that we May have the privilege in that Bright morn when the King shall come meet in the grand reunion above. May god bless a a amen Stephen w. Bollen editor of the a pub Lioan and exp Kehs will speak in the Chris Tian Church a Hicksville monday evening june 17th. The lecture which or. Bollen delivers is entitled a a River of Gold a and deals with questions of sociology pertinent the times and presented i an interest ing manner. The editor of the Hicksville department can assure the readers they will be Well entertained if present. Those who read the Story of a the Brothers in the Republican and express will remember or boites As the author and it is said the a a Pilgrim articles which have dealt with so Many topics of political and Sci Nti fic interest Are the w6rk of his pen. Scr Fula a sunday May 20th, Rev. John Hoffman delivered the following memorial address at the u. B. Church in the Spindler settlement at 3 p. M., and at Cecil in the m. E. Church in the evening a we Are Here fathers mothers Brothers and Sisters the comrades of the late War Are by our Side. God in his Wise Providence has spared our lives enjoy another pleasant Sabbath Day celebrate in memory of our comrades who ure dead. They Are not lost but gone before awaiting the Bright morn when the general Roll will be called. They w la answer the pall like we who Are Bere Day. We will now come the text in the Conga of Solomon 2 chapter and 9th verse we find these words behold we stauseth behind our Wall. In the fail of 1800 the Republican party elected Abraham Lincoln president of the United states. The South being dissatisfied elected Jefferson Davis president of the so called Confederate s ates of America. They were already prepared for More than a breakfast Job. We now propose talking about literal and spiritual War. In 1801 on the 12th of april about three of clock in the morning the first Ball was fired against our Wall at it. Sumpter by a Confederate gun. Then the cruel War begun. Major Anderson with his men Brave and True Hood behind our Wall without fear in Battle array with the enemy. The bombardment lasted horns luring which time the cry of War went broadcast All Over the nation upon the wires of electricity. The Ain Hcan people were very enthusiastic and the fire of War began Burn in the hearts of the people of the non Bern states. The Hundred Day men were not enough master them. Six Hundred thousand More must be had. In the Spring of 1802 the Call is made and we go six Hundred thousand More. In the month of August 1802 the 111th regiment of which i wag a member went South fight the Battles of the War from Home Toledo and from Toledo Cincinnati thence coving Heights where we were furnished guns and equipments. We were initiated our guns by target shooting on coving Heights. The tors shooting whirled some of us around and some of us came near getting Down. They gave us faithful warning As whether they went off or not i concluded that my gun went Loose when i picked myself up from the ground and said a boys they shoot backward As hard As we w Ere then introduced the Way of marching when we went Critenton and Back for sport we returned the Cid Camp on the Hill. In a few Days we went Louisville. Kentucky where we joined Rosecrans army and started for Frankfort there were two of our friends with our company. One pleasant night a Cannon fired a shot you May think we got our traps on and they put theirs on and took their heels. We heard of them in the North but on we went through Kentucky up the Hill and Down. The first Battle we were in was with John morgans men on Island . Is a form of blood Poison which descends from Parent child sometimes it omits one generation appear in the next. It is a taint which must be eradicated from the system before a curb can be Mada Swift a a specific drives out the virus through pores of the skin and thus relieves the blood of the Poison Mercury and potato mixtures dry up the sores of scr Fula and other blood diseases Only bottle up the Poison in the system which of course is certain break out at some weak spot As the Throat nasal organs and lungs. Judging from what i have seen i regard Swift a a specific the King Patent Medicine of the Day. I know several persons who have been permanently cured of serious cases of blood Poison by its use after prolonged and unsuccessful use of various other remedies. James c. Patton attorney at Law Dallas Texas. Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free the Swift specific co,.drawer 3, Atlanta Gil _ Washington township on finish the work we Are in bind up can n0t Bahoo ostracism and the nution a wounds achieve All we pos stigmatize those of their Bret Hren of the press who discuss individuals for is no duty More imperatively binding on an editor than the duty of dealing with persons according their desert it is til ways More agreeable speak of our follows in terms of Praise than in terms of reproach but that is no justification for neglecting utter the words of condemnation when truth and the Public interest require that they should be spoken. It is ungenerous refrain from applause when approbation is due and it is cowardly avoid condemnation simply because express it is exercise an unpleasant function no right Rel nod editor enjoys the performance of the duty of rebuking exposing or castigating one of the members of his glorious profession but till Tho same there ure times when is under a religious obligation tear off disguises and apply the lash with vigor and Pertinacity. False logic vicious moral or political teaching fraud Humbug lies false pretences must be dealt wit i As they deserve even though they Are displayed by a fellow editor. A Man who abuses his High privilege and great Power As an editor promulgate evil and mislead the people should be promptly and sharply chastised by his Brethren. They should Lay on the Rod and spare not so Long As he persists in his wicked course. But if our arkansans friends mean that personal squabbles Between editors growing out of Mere envy jealousy and childish rivalry Are Unbe fitting the dignity of the editorial profession we tire in entire agreement with them. If they can not get on a higher plane and discuss principles with each other like reasonable creatures they bring the newspaper business into reproach. More Titan that they neglect what most conducts their own Prosperity. Instead of attending their own affairs they Are meddling with other Peoples. They Are so much interested in watching Tho shop across Tho Way that they forget attend properly tile wants of their customers. They Are so much engaged in counting up the circulation of of their rivals that their own circulation Falls off. Even if they Prosper they Are not Happy if some competitor prospers also. But fair and oven Sharp discussion Between journals is always proper and legitimate. It gives life paper and the Public enjoy it for human nature loves a Square fight and respects a Man who is ready both give and receive Bowie nor is their any Peculiar privilege belonging an editor which entitles Kirn exemption from attack. He should not be allowed remain in an Anonymous character. His newspaper gives him Power for whose exercise he should be held personally responsible. Men in Public life presidents senators., congressmen Cabinet officers governors and legislators Are us freely criticised and Why should editors escape they claim tile Liberty of finding fault with Othor people whom they designate by name and they should stand ready endure criticism on their own Side. The personality behind tile newspaper should be brought View and if the editor deserves punishment lie should get it. There is no great newspaper in this country of which some individual does not appear As Tho representative. The new York Tribune was or. Whitelaw bid until lie went As minister Paris. The Louisville cd juries jct Cnair is or. Henry Watterson the Cincinnati commercial is or. Richard Smith. The Philadelphia times is colonel Mcclure. They Are All persons and their journalism is personal journalism. None of them wishes escape individual responsibility for the course of his newspaper and it will be an evil Day for american journalism if Ever newspapers cease represented by individual editors known Tho Publio and held under criticism by them. A purely Anonymous journalism is altogether undesirable. But editors who respect themselves and their readers do not vent merely personal grievances. They Are above envy and jealousy and they work together As a band of Brethren in a grand and Noble profession hitting hard it May be but never below the Belt and never in malice or bad blood. Personal journalism arks friends there is no journalism Worth consideration that is not personal. A quite a number sick in and about Ney. Jacob Warner bought a farm of 80 acres of William Stailey inst week consideration .$2,200. Jno. Kintner started for Harrisonburg va., inst wednesday attend Tim annual meeting of the Germun Baptist Church expecting be absent from Home about one week. is preparing build a Wagon and Grain House this summer. Frank Carothers and John Baite Are Gett ing along finely with their Job of Road grading in the West end of this township. O. Welker has a county Job of grading in the East end. On the old Bellefontaine Road which he has been working on. The Road will be Gravelled and make a beneficial change for the Publio. Especially in wet weather. Charley filk ner is kept Busy at present Supply his customers with lumber for building. Five rows died last week in this Vicinity from the effects of being in too much Clover. The time is at hand when cabbage plants should be set but they Are a scarce article in this Vicinity. Looses red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms of the disease Blind bleeding itching Nice rated and protruding 50c. For Sale at Colby a Scott. Nol7-iy Brunersburg. Horth Richland. A James Belue lost a Good cow last week. Gypsies passed through this place last week. John Gardner of pleasant Bend was in this place last thur Day. Gyrus Hughes is putting in a tile ditch on the Gardner farm. Rev. Fet Zor preached at the m. E. Church last Hun the absence of the pastor. Frank Lohn sold a Large amount of Corn last week Andy Tuttle of Defiance. It still re Mains too cold for Corn grow at this writing it is very yellow and the Prospect for a Large crop is not very flattering. Miss rate costello of Adams Ridge was visiting with miss Mary Clemens the fore part of the week. The of tames Elliott horned the ground last wednesday with the entire contents of the building. The children a Day entertain ment at Tho Al e Church last sunday even ing won a Success and very interesting All presents the program consisting of hinging and speaking was Good the House was filled and a Large number on the outside. Or. Brown who has been attending the Valparaiso Normal was Here visiting his wife Alary Brown Nix Young who has been spending the Winter and Spring with her Folk or. Brown is now on a prospecting tour looking no a location. Nina. Paulding a pleasant Praise. Daring Defiance democracy doing dirty deeds. The Paulding Republican has a few words say As How the democracy of that Section feels toward the nomination of Shaw instead of Holland at the senatorial convention. Tho flaming Heads read a a Hollands a High Hopes hurled helter shelter by a Hustler from a wapt Tkv a Defiance democracy if not untrue at heart very ungenerous their Paulding county Brethren Knapp a Knees the article roads a the delegated heroes of Paulding went Down the great Oil City i Tbs Holland and Victory inscribed upon their banners but come Back with a p Shaw a and a curse Defiance a inscribed instead. It seems that by a Little Deal the votes of Defiance delegation was have been Given Holland. The Deal wus that of Paulding county would go Down the representative convention at Defiance and quietly and submissively assist in the nomination of or. Knapp the Defiance senatorial delegation would repay the compliment by supporting or. Holland at the Lima convention l o the credit of the Paulding democracy be it said they kept their Faith. They washed away every particle of the red War paint. They wept upon the necks of their Defiance Brethren and humbly asked forgiveness for All their past naughtiness. In Short they hurried the bloody Hatchet and f. W. Krupp a Defiance Man was enthusiastically nominated representative by acclamation. To far so Good but the discredit of the Defiance democracy they broke their pledge ignored their honed words of a Lew Days before and proved their inconstancy and hatred Paulding county throwing the bulk of their vote or. A Andlor. Meredith not even giving or. Holland a complimentary vote. This May seem a very sleek game the average Defiance politician but we do not wander from the truth when we say that it is viewed in a very different 1�?~ght by the Paulding people Aud that it has unearthed the Hatchet again and banished forever the White winged Dove of peace which was permitted hover Over the discordant elements Only a few Short Days. Democratic wolves of Defiance cannot always deceive the innocent lambs of Paulding and Knapp will be the sufferer of the last inconstant Deal. If the be Nab cans will nominate a Good Duih for representative he can be elect we. File like has been done once sad egg be done again. Little Tariff talks. From Tho new York pros this is the Way the Agust chronicle dem resents Waterson a attempt crack the party whip in order keep Tho Southern democrats in the free Trade lines. The courier journal lately said that free Trade was a hereditary principle of the democratic party and the chronicle replies a hereditary principles of the democratic party Forsooth this Tho sort of stuff that led our defeat. In a great country like this with its tremendous development and strides National greatness there Are new a sees constantly springing up that demand new Linos of thought for their consideration. Slavery was a hereditary principle of the democratic party but the War wiped these principles out of existence. Why should Tho editor of the courier Roumal Call Low Tariff or Froe Trade a hereditary principle of Tho democratic party ? is it any More so than slavery or secession ? Tho sooner this kind of twaddle is pitched into the grave of the twin Sisters who have gone before the better it will be for the South and the entire country. A a bit of history. The attractive 5-a advertisements which Are appearing in our columns speak for Tho largest makers of horse blankets in the world who sell More horse blankets Lap duster horse sheets Fly nets Etc., than All the other makers combined. This enormous business has i it Een built up by following three sound business principles. By making Strong honest goods which Peasand give satisfaction so you will ask for them again and recommend them your friends. By sewing their 5-a Trade Mark on the in Ulde of their horse clothing so you can Tell the genuine from the poor imitation. Last but not least by advertising liberally in toe newspapers and letting everybody know that 5-a horse clothing for summer and Winter use is Strong and will give Satis fact Oil a House which makes a Good article and Doos not advertise like on 5-a friends will find that the american people appreciate a Good thing and will buy it when told where get it. Hon. We. Mckinley mail a grand oration at new York decoration Day Mckinley is one of the most popular men in the country Day. A safa investment. Is one which is guaranteed bring Yon satisfactory results or in Case of failure a re turn of Purchase Price on this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of or. Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed bring Relief in every Case. When used for any affection of Throat i Lings or Chest such As consumption inflammation of lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at Colby 4 Scott a drug store. Governor Foraker la always Tho front. Mix Hundred tents were started for Tho Johnstown sufferers imm Whiate by after the fact was known that they could be used. A quite a number of rafts passed Down the �?ocreek.�?�. Messes. W. J. Holt of Hicksville and a. Viers of Defiance gave the Burg a business Call wednesday. Or. Winebrenner and family of Indium a Are occupying the Williams . The m. E. Church is being improved with a double door. The remains of mrs. Roe hrs and two children were taken from the family graveyard and re interred in the Burg cemetery. Drs. Aldrich of your City were in the Burg last week. The rag Many was in the Burg monday. Anything of interest any number of readers will always be thankfully keep your eyes on that Young couple. They should consider themselves fortunate in having a number of Guardi Aua. The numerous Worms Are again on the rampage. D Bruner is again at his pose. Or. Powell gave the Burg a professional Call last week. J he doctor has been quite successful Bere. Mss. Sarah Botte Burg departed this life at the Home of her daughter airs. Cheney after a severe illness of Haemorrhage of the brain and paralysis. The deceased was born january 18, 1826, died june 7, 1889, aged 63 years i months 20 Days. Funeral services were held in the m. E. Church sunday at of clock a. Remains a Ltd it interred in the Burg cemetery Rev. Warfield officiating. Consumption cured. Ari old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary tie formula of a simple ung affect on also a positive and radio d cure i for nervous debility and All nervous Corn j plaints after having treated its wonderful curative Powers in thousands of cases has Felt it his duty make it known his suffering Fellows actuated by this motive and a desire relieve human suffering i will Send free of charge All who desire it this recipe in German French or English with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper w. A notes 14 Power s Block Rochester x. Y. No-16-e.o. Alden manifold cyclopedia. To Lumen Xiv. Takes this important work from exclude Floyd. In general makeup it resembles Tho preceding numbers of the series. We also notice the same skill in the selection Aud treatment of tropics and the same careful editing which has characterized the work from the beginning. 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